Can you reconstruct parts of yourself once so important but now lost? Or, more importantly, would you choose to?
Printing previously undeveloped photographs taken in a different stage of my life onto knitted squares, I deconstructed and reknit each one. 144 individually knitted squares, 12 photographs printed 12 times each.
Never becoming what they once were, every square is unique and new.
With a whisper of their original state, their beauty only exists because of where they began.